April 13th, 2015
There is nothing more enjoyable than to watch an interesting game between two equally competitive teams. Although what is considered interesting may vary according to different American sports, when it comes to basketball – a fast-paced game of wits and tactics – watching two teams battle each other to score the next point for their respective teams is surely intense and entertaining. But when those teams do not have the capacity to be competitive and make comebacks to win the games, your interest does take a hit.
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March 1st, 2015
Ricky Rubio may or may not return to Minnesota Timberwolves; having been cleared to play against the Dallas Mavericks Monday night, the outcome of which will decide whether he will continue playing for the Timberwolves.
Ever since Rubio severely injured his left ankle on November 7th, he has missed 43 games. Without Rubio, the wolves fell to the bottom of the league. After Saturday night’s loss of 106-90 against the Cleveland Cavaliers, they fell down to 8-39. After Rubio’s return, the team is planning to limit the time he spends on the court in order to see how his ankle is responding.
Coach Saunders said, “Rubio has seen three specialists, and all have cleared him for Monday, should the exam reveals everything is OK. He’s been given the go ahead to play for a limited time. We are all waiting for Monday”.
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August 11th, 2014
The saga over the future of Kevin Love will end soon, as the player will join the squad of Cleveland Cavaliers. Based on information from authoritative media bosses from Minnesota Timberwolves, the player has reached agreement with his colleagues from the Cleveland Cavaliers. As a part of the transfer the team of Minnesota will receive Andrew Wiggins, Anthony Bennett and the option in the first round draft pick in 2015 and a year. Also Kevin Love has agreed to sign a 5-year contract with Cleveland Cavaliers, which will be worth of 120 million USD.
Although the two team have already agreed, the deal could not be finalized before 23rd August, as the rules of the National Basketball Association prohibit Cleveland traded Wiggins before 30 days have passed from the date on which the youngster signed first professional contract.
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